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  • 1. Python at Sun Ted Leung Principal Engineer, Dynamic Languages and Tools
  • 2. Why?
  • 3. PHP - 8.8% Python - 4.7% Perl - 4.3% JavaScript - 3.3% Ruby -3.1%
  • 4. (September) PHP - 9.2% Python - 5% Perl - 4.8% JavaScript - 3.3% Ruby - 2.7%
  • 5. Runtimes
  • 6. CPython • Python 2.6 in OpenSolaris • IPS written in Python • DTrace probes for Python • Sun WebStack
  • 7. Jython 2.5 • Full CPython 2.3/2.4/2.5 language feature support • Java classes now come in as new-style classes • More Python apps run on Jython • More standard libraries are supported • ast.py from CPython 2.6
  • 8. Jython • 2 more betas, RC’s early Feb, final Mar? • Community • GlassFish (upcoming)
  • 9. mlvm/DaVinci Machine • Modify the JVM to support dynamic languages better • JSR-292 • JDK 7
  • 10. mlvm/DaVinci Machine • invokedynamic • interface injection • tail calls • continuations
  • 11. Tools
  • 12. NBPython • Community driven • Allan Davis • Jean-Yves Mengant • Amit Saha • Tor Norbye
  • 13. NBPython • Code completion • Code Folding • Semantic Highlighting / Instant Rename • Debugger • Platform Manager
  • 14. NBPython • Early Access atop NetBeans 6.5 • 1.0 in NetBeans 7.0 • CI builds or source for the brave
  • 15. Challenges
  • 16. • Migration • Packaging • Performance • Concurrency • Marketing/Evangelism